451 Report: Building a Thriving Service Provider Business Amid Hyperscale Cloud Vendors

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Survival of the fittest applies to today’s service provider marketplace. How can service providers break out of the pack and build a successful and profitable cloud services business amid the hyperscale players with their size and scale advantage? The short answer is: the ‘fittest’ will win. While the managed, shared and dedicated hosting market is growing at a slower rate ...

Survival of the fittest applies to today’s service provider marketplace. How can service providers break out of the pack and build a successful and profitable cloud services business amid the hyperscale players with their size and scale advantage? The short answer is: the ‘fittest’ will win. While the managed, shared and dedicated hosting market is growing at a slower rate than IaaS, by 2019 it will be 6 times bigger than IaaS. As IaaS is the only area where hyperscale providers such as AWS are currently playing, ample opportunities exist for other service providers. Download this 451 Research report that focuses on three primary opportunity areas and learn how cloud service providers can survive and thrive amidst the hyperscalers.

Learn about opportunities where service providers can build a successful and profitable cloud services business amid the hyperscale vendors despite their advantages.

Building a Service Provider Business Amid Hyperscale Vendors

·         Your Key to Finishing First? It’s Not Necessarily Size and Scale

·         Worldwide Hosting & Cloud Market Size, 2010–2019

·         Three Primary Opportunities Cloud Service Providers Can Capitalize on Amid the Presence of Hyperscalers

·         Market Opportunity

·         Important Findings

·         Takeaways

·         The Definitions

·         HPE Service Provider Strategy and Differentiation

·         Your Success is Our Business

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